The recent heatwave which has struck the Southern Indian city of Chennai has led to severe water shortages and left the city's residents with barely enough water to survive.
A new initiative is asking people to remove waste from hard-to-reach places as they explore Europe's canals, rivers and lakes.
Lack of drinking water plays a much larger role in migration than most people realize. But thanks to new tech, humanity is on the brink of overcoming the shortfall in potable H2O for good.
The people of Taiperia Village are living on the edge of land and sea, but Fiji's town councils are helping vulnerable settlements by strengthening both natural and built infrastructure.
Long free-flowing rivers are disappearing around the world due to human activity, construction and climate change.
Erratic rainfall in Kenya makes the country susceptible to long droughts and food insecurity, but an innovative new biodiesel could help combat this.
Women's involvement in water projects across Africa is vital for more cohesive communities and more educated women.
Polluted water sources are becoming a breeding ground for mosquitoes that are tolerant to a range of toxins, researchers have found.
New research suggests a way to map precisely where and how to use groundwater recharge to refill Californian aquifers and stop the land from sinking.
The Australian continent has a remarkable history — a story of isolation, desiccation and resilience on an ark at the edge of the world.
Our very early human ancestors may have been the cause of the extinction of large herbivores millions of years ago.
Cities need to build their capacity to adapt to extreme climate. One of the best ways to do this is to learn from other cities’ experiences.
MENA is the most water-scarce region in the world, and the largest market for desalination - an expensive and energy-intensive process. Could grey water - the stuff left behind by our was...
Producing, processing and transporting our food is putting strain on the world’s water resources – and a growing global population will only increase the pressure.
Securing adequate supplies of clean water in a changing climate is one of the world’s most urgent social, political, economic, and environmental challenges.